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Turnkey contractor. Specialising in domestic extensions, new builds, refurbishments, demolition, carpentry, and groundworks.

Over the years have added to general building services, cost management, programme, design, and planning support where necessary for projects from planning to completion, and have as a result been able to support clients with a one stop shop solution.


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For a loft conversion to be a viable option, and for it to pass building regulations, your ceiling height will need to be 2.2 meters from the floor joist to the highest point. This means there is still enough ceiling height (around 1.9-2.0m) once the roof has been insulated and the floor built up.

Additionally, An easy way to get an idea of whether your loft can be converted is to see whether any similar houses on your street have had loft conversions. If you do spot examples, it's more likely to be a possibility. If you can, it's also worth going one step further and asking to take a look at the loft of anyone in your street that has had it done.

Many loft conversions are covered by permitted development rights and won't need planning permission. However, if you live on designated land or have a certain style of property that's tricky to convert, you may not be covered by permitted development

1. The roof space is inspected for suitability
2. An architect or surveyor will confirm suitability and create plans
3. The loft is cleared and prepped
4. Rewiring is assessed
5. New floor joists fitted
6. Floors are insulated
7. Floorboards laid
8. Rafters reinforced
9. Dormers installed (if applicable)
10. Rooflights installed
11. Staircase fitted
12. Dormers tiled and vents fitted
13. Windows fitted in dormers
14. The roof is insulated
15. Partition walls erected
16. Wall plates and first fix
17. Electrics upgraded
18. Access panels for water, electrics and eaves storage
19. Walls are plasterboarded and architrave skirting fitted
20. Bathrooms clad and extraction fitted
21. Second fix, heating and finishes
22. Decorating

I have been in business for over 20 years. During this period, I have had the opportunity to partner with various architects and skilled trades in delivering some amazing projects.

All work is product guarantee backed, and contractor guaranteed.

The unpredictability of every project being unique. This has been a good experience, and has benefit the scope of work i deliver to cater to a wide array of clients and needs.

I started my business because I enjoy the process of construction, the relationships and happy clients.

Clients should be assured of a quality end product, and an excellent working relationship.


This includes the full scope of the project, from demolition, ground works, and construction

Strip out (vanilla box) and mist coated prior to commencing remodeling in partnership with designer or architect.

Kitchen strip out and installation
Bathroom strip outs and installation

- Traditional new build - Brick & block construction
- SIP (Structural Insulated Panelling ) allowing for most structures to be erected and watertight within 14 days